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Black Lives Matter

We stand in solidarity with those peacefully protesting

We at InVivo Biosystems would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family and loved ones of George Floyd. Now more than ever we need leadership, unity, and action to undo decades of discrimination and oppression. InVivo Biosystems stands in solidarity with those who are rightfully demanding justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Aubrey, and so many countless others who have died needlessly. InVivo Biosystems supports those who are peacefully protesting, and we encourage everyone to lift up their voices and work towards creating a more just, safe, and inclusive community for all.

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Need some new wall decor for you lab? Sammy Katta has created a set of beautiful diversity and inclusion lab posters that are free to download and print. Check them out.

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